[DIGITAL JAZZ] It’s hard to fathom that Kieran Hebden has already given his seminal, 11-year-old album Rounds the reissue treatment. In 2003, Four Tet
was the unwitting leader of a long list of
[CLASHING ROBOTS] This is all a horrible, chemical dream,
from the savage drumming to the woozy electronic manipulations. After
releasing Triangulum Australe a few years ago, the duo of Caitlin
Emo revivalists make the world a safe place to cry again.
Emo should’ve seen its slow decline coming. It was only a
matter of time before the melody-driven punk offshoot collapsed under
the heft of its aesthetical crimes against humanity—though the s
[CHAIN HANG LOW] This has not been the greatest year for hip-hop. So
many big-event albums have either failed to innovate (Drake’s #everythingwasthesame, er, Nothing Was the Same) or were elaborat
The Hackney brothers tried to bury their old band. It wouldn’t stay dead.
Up in Bobby Hackney’s attic, sealed in a white cardboard
box, lay a secret. A secret he and his brother, Dannis Hackney, kept
hidden from their closest family and friends for over 30 years.